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Babatunde Aremu


My Police Friend


My police friend is wonderful
He is very pleasant in relationship
Yet he is sensitive in his dealings
Outwardly he looks simple and calm
But he is a super cop
Highly skilful in detective art
Always watching and searching
So as to bring culprits to book
By his trade he seems suspicious
When I pay him a visit
It is my duty to entertain him
When he seldomly visits me
I am scared of his motive
Some see my police friend
As cunning, dangerous, vindictive,
Brutal and wicked
But I see him as Kind, obedient,
Dedicated, patriotic, sacrificial
He is very protective of the citizenry
Although he is rarely appreciated
My police friend is a necessity
For maitenance of law and order

Submitted: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 18, 2013
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